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PSA: Dota 2 documentary 'Free to Play' is free to watch right here

Sinan Kubba, @sinankubba
March 19, 2014
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Free to Play follows the exploits of Dendi, HYHY, and Fear, three Dota 2 players from different points of the globe, brought together by a championship and a $1 million grand prize. Valve's 75-minute long documentary chronicles their journey to the tournament and how much they're prepared to give up in order to pursue a career as a professional gamer, competing with the very best.

The film is available to watch now on Steam and it's expected to hit iTunes tomorrow. Or if you prefer, you can just sit back and make yourself nice and comfy with the YouTube video right here in this post.
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